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"The Union Soldier" Address in Anadarko

Description: Photograph of "The Union Soldier" address by W.S. Tilton at the west side of the school grounds in Anadarko, Oklahoma on Caddo County Loyalty Day, April 17, 1917. A crowd of men, women and children in dress clothes are gathered around a man speaking from the back of a truck. Some people are holding flags, and there are houses and trees in the background.
Date: April 17, 1917
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

"Lost at Guthrie"

Description: Photograph of a search party with a note that reads, "Lost at Guthrie I.T. June 17, 1889. Searching the Cottonwood River for the body of W. Richards, 5th U.S. Cav."
Date: June 17, 1889
Creator: Walter's, New York Photo Co.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Group

Description: Photograph of two oil miners working a city lot oil well, in Blackwell, OK, with a note that reads, "Oklahoma has another oil boom, this time a series of backyard oil wells drilled on city lots on the edge of the residential section of Blackwell. Two of the oil 'miners' are shown working their well, which is the smallest in the world. The wells come in at an average depth of only twenty-three feet from an oil sand eighteen inches deep. The wells are being drilled with post augers and pumped by hand with common farm pitcher pumps. The wells produce five to six barrels per day."
Date: January 17, 1933
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Norman, OK Hostesses

Description: Photograph of Dr. Martha and Mrs. Dr. Henry D. Rinshand's Hostesses from Norman, OK, at the Oklahoma Governor's Mansion, Oklahoma City, OK. Willie Murray (Mrs. Johnston Murray), fourth from the left, and Governor Johnston Murray in the front row.
Date: December 17, 1953
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Congressional Picnic

Description: Photograph of the Congressional picnic near Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Territory. This scene was taken during prayer about half past one o'clock. John O'Day, the railroad magnate of St. Louis and J.E. Jones on rostrum, September 17, 1889.
Date: September 17, 1889
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Governor's Mansion

Description: Photograph of L to R: Roy Belford, Commercial Art Instructor, Don Rowland, Ceramics and Pottery Instructor at Oklahoma A&M, and Willie, Mrs. Johnston Murray, on the third floor of the Governor's Mansion, Oklahoma City, OK, December 17, 1953.
Date: December 17, 1953
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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